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Teach in England FAQs – When to Arrive

15/03/17

In this video, our New Zealand consultant Claire looks at one of the most common questions for someone considering work in the UK: 'When is the best time to go?'

Part of our ongoing 'Teach in England FAQ' video series, answering some of the common questions about moving to England to teach.

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Hi Claire, I am travelling to England in March 2018. I have a Bachelor in Physucal education and Health. I am only provisionally registered. I graduated in 2011 in NZ. I was wondering if teaching in the UK could still be an option. I am 30 in January. I have researched a bit and I can get a British passport as my mum was born in England and didn't move over to NZ until she was 37. Regards Clare
Clare Wright, 21 August 2017
Hi Clare, exciting you are heading to the U.K. next March! I would love to help you get ready for your trip and all set for teaching over there - you don't need to be fully registered in NZ to teach in England. You can call me in NZ on 0800 857775 or email me at cscott@protocol-education.com, and we can get things underway. Thanks Clare, Claire
Claire, 22 August 2017
Is it possible to teach in the UK if you’re over 30?
MARK, 02 February 2018
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